Matt Gillett playing for the Australian Kangaroos Rugby League team. Picture: Grant Trouville.It is now under contract after being on the market for only a couple of weeks.Records show the couple bought the property for $670,000 in 2014 — the same price it traded for in 2011. FORMER HOTELIER’S HOME FOR SALE More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours ago HONEY BADGER’S MANCAVE HITS THE MARKET CRICKET GREAT SELLING UP Rugby league star Matt Gillett has sold a home in Albany Creek. Picture: realestate.com.au. Brisbane Broncos’ forward Matt Gillett with his wife, Skye, and daughter Harper. Picture: Peter Wallis.BRISBANE Bronco Matt Gillett has found a buyer for the home he owns with his wife, Skye, in the city’s northern suburbs.The Australian Kangaroos Rugby League forward listed the five-bedroom, two-bathroom family home in Albany Creek for offers over $719,000 late last month. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The kitchen in the Albany Creek home Matt Gillett and his wife have sold. Picture: realestate.com.au.Gillett made his debut for the Broncos in 2010 and played a key part in the Kangaroo’s World Cup triumph late last year.He also owns a four-bedroom, two-bathroom lowset brick house in North Lakes, which he bought for $415,000 in 2010. The deck on the Albany Creek home Matt Gillett and his wife have sold. Picture: realestate.com.au.Described as a “modern family home”, the property is on an elevated, 913 sqm block of land at the top of a quiet cul-de-sac.The pair plan to build their forever home in the nearby suburb of Warner where they bought a 6000 sqm, hilltop parcel of land for $800,000 in a deal that settled in February last year. Inside the Albany Creek home Matt Gillett and his wife have sold. Picture: realestate.com.au. Inside the Albany Creek home Matt Gillett and his wife have sold. Picture: realestate.com.au.
With Syracuse football training camp a few weeks away, The Daily Orange beat writers, Chris Libonati, Jon Mettus and Matt Schneidman, will analyze one of the top 10 preseason storylines, top 10 position battles or reveal one of 10 player files each day. Check out dailyorange.com and follow along here to countdown to camp.There are two tall tasks ahead for Syracuse’s offensive line: replace three starters from last season and adapt to the no-huddle, spread offense that head coach Dino Babers is installing. Neither will be very easy.Ivan Foy, Rob Trudo and Nick Robinson have all graduated. They started the final game of the year at left tackle, right guard and left guard, respectively. Even Seamus Shanley, who earned the starting right guard spot out of training camp in 2015, is gone from the team.What’s left is redshirt senior Michael Lasker at left tackle, redshirt sophomore Aaron Roberts at left guard and redshirt senior Jason Emerich at center, according to the post-spring depth chart. Redshirt senior Omari Palmer is slotted to start at right guard and redshirt junior Jamar McGloster is positioned at right tackle.MORE PRESEASON STORYLINES:AdvertisementThis is placeholder textStoryline No. 8: Running back depthStoryline No. 9: Revamped conditioningStoryline No. 10: Tight ends factoring in offense Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on July 23, 2016 at 11:21 am Contact Jon: firstname.lastname@example.org | @jmettus Between the five of them, only two have started more than one game in their careers — Emerich and Palmer were starters last year. None of the other three played in more than three games last year. Lasker had played nine games in 2013 and 2014, but redshirted last season with an injury.“The coaches have high expectations of us,” Emerich said at the Atlantic Coast Conference Football Kickoff on Friday. “We have high expectations of ourselves.”Babers’ expectation of the offensive line is to get into much better shape than what he observed in the spring. Some of the linemen need to lose weight and others need to build muscle, Babers said after one of the spring practices.Success with the offense revolves around the offensive line, Babers said during an NBC Sports Radio with Newy Scruggs on Tuesday. And the transition from an option-based offense last year will be the most daunting task for the coaching staff, he said.“You’re only as good as those elephants are,” he said.The conditioning of the linemen coming into fall camp will play a big role in who starts come Sept. 2. Comments Related Stories Observations from Syracuse football’s post-spring depth chartSyracuse football preseason storylines, No. 9: How players adjust to revamped conditioningSyracuse football preseason storylines, No. 8: Running back depthSyracuse football preseason storylines, No. 10: How SU’s tight ends will factor into this year’s offense
Both teams have been impressive so far this season and both are looking forward to meeting the the countys showpiece game of football.Former Commercials stalwart Martin Quinlivan feels the Commercials forwards have a vital role in stopping Moyle Rovers attacksThe game gets underway tomorrow at 4.30 and Tipp FM will have full live coverage in association with Spar Express, 24 hour service station, Turtulla, Thurles